Multicultural Australia is a proud founding member of the Queensland Community Alliance – 38 civil society organisations including faith, community groups, unions and ethnic associations working together to build a fair and compassionate Queensland for the common good.

Community Assembly

Representing almost two million Queenslanders, the Alliance has listened to thousands of stories from our communities and created a courageous, community-led vision – a Maroonprint for Queensland.

This Monday, 14 September, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Leader of the Opposition Deb Frecklington will be joining the Alliance for a huge online Community Assembly.

They will respond directly to our vision for a Queensland where all people are welcomed and included, where our jobs are secure and where we care for each other. You can read the Alliance’s 2020 Election Policy Proposals here.

Will you join us and be part of this moment?

  • What: Queensland Community Alliance ‘Maroonprint’ Election Assembly, with Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington
  • When: Monday 14 September, 6:30-8:30pm
  • Where: Online via Zoom – RSVP for the link to join!


The Community Assembly is open to all Queenslanders and is a chance for each one of us to be part of building a better future together.

The Multicultural Australia community will be showing up for this very important moment and we hope to see you there.